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The Strip
Grand Canyon National Park
Gambling

Gambling

There is no doubt about gambling being Las Vegas' main attraction, and there is a level for every visitor: experienced and first-timer, as most casinos offer free lessons that usually take place in the morning hours on table games such as Blackjack, Craps, and Roulette. The new penny slots are probably the most popular among the recreational gambler as to the bonus games within the games themselves. While the jackpots are, of course, not nearly as large as dollar slots, these games are fun and entertaining anyways, and you can still win some money.
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Stratosphere Tower
Eiffel Tower Experience
Hoover Dam
Valley of Fire State Park
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
The Mob Museum
Fountains of Bellagio

Fountains of Bellagio

The Bellagio Fountains at the quarter-mile lake in front of the Hotel Bellagio display a choreographed dance of water and light set to 29 different opera, country, or pop musical selections, are presented. Each show is different, lasting 5 to 10 minutes with water blasting hundreds of feet into the sky, and the best time to see this is at night, standing on the street side of the lake. Crowds will start to gather about five minutes before each show so head here a little early to get an unobstructed view.
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Fremont Street Experience

Fremont Street Experience

The Fremont Street Experience is a highly successful attempt to draw the millions of visitors back to the downtown area. The domed-canopy 90 feet (27,5 meters) above the street was constructed along five city blocks, lined with some of the oldest casinos in Las Vegas. Every evening from sundown to midnight, the canopy becomes a giant screen showing high resolution images accompanied by concert-quality sound. At the top of each hour, visitors pour into the streets, looking skyward in anticipation of one of the six different shows lasting six to nine minutes.
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Secret Garden of Siegfried and Roy and The Dolphin Habitat

Secret Garden of Siegfried and Roy and The Dolphin Habitat

Enter the Secret Garden, a tropical sanctuary for some of the most exotic and rare creatures in the world. Siegfried and Roy, famous for their magic shows, are deeply committed to saving these animals from extinction through research and education. In addition to the Royal White tigers, there are leopards, white lions, black panthers, and an Asian elephant, and atlantic bottlenose Dolphins live in a 2.5 million gallon water habitat including an artificial coral reef nearby.
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Mount Charleston

Mount Charleston

With its great hiking trails, this area – only a 40-minute drive away from the Strip – is a perfect getaway if you try to escape the city for a while. Charleston Peak is with its 3,632 metres one of the highest mountains in the Nevada area, and it promises you clean and crisp air, as well as serenity and beautiful landscape for retreating from the smothering summer heat of the big city – you here deserve to catch your breath at one of the most enchanting places of Nevada.
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Outside Las Vegas

Outside Las Vegas

There are over 100 different tours offered by a variety of companies in Las Vegas, including sightseeing to the Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon, Lake Mead, the Colorado River, Red Rock, the Valley of Fire and Mount Charleston. The tours last from 2 to 10 hours, and they can be taken by van, bus, airplane, boat or helicopter. One of the most exciting tours is the Grand Canyon Sunset Tour: leave by helicopter, make a low-level flight over the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead, and land at the Grand Canyon for a Champagne picnic at sunset before returning to the lights of the Las Vegas Strip. If you have a car, it is an easy drive from the Las Vegas Strip to the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead (51 km/31 miles), Mount Charleston (64 km/40 miles), Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area (24 km/15 miles ) and the Valley of Fire (85 km/53 miles).
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